SFOUNI-GRIGORIADOU Maria-Angeliki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Maria Angeliki (Mariangela) Sfouni-Grigoriadou graduated from the Department of Civil Engineering of the University of Patras, Greece in 2010. She earned her Master of Science degree (with honors) in Water Resources and Environment (University of Patras, 2013), where her research was focused on the behavior of suspended sediment induced by wave-breaking in the coastal zone. She worked as a visiting researcher in HR Wallingford (June 2013-November 2013) on a project concerning the numerical simulation of oscillating water column (OWC) wave energy convertors. In 2014 she joined Fugro GeoConsulting Belgium to start a PhD research in the framework of the EU FP7-Marie-Curie project SEDITRANS. Her research will focus on the modeling of slide-induced submarine density flows, which may pose a significant risk to the integrity of subsea infrastructure cables and pipelines. She will combine innovative approaches for experimental characterization and numerical modeling of such flows, with a particular emphasis at describing the solid-fluid transition and soil strength degradation during slide inception and runout.
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